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Visual Food Diary

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

I take pictures of my styled plates of food on a daily basis and my hubby makes fun of me all.the.time!

Since starting my photography business a little over two years ago I let go of things that meant a lot to me. I am taking one day at a time and trying to make time for healthy, stylish, and yummy meals. I am hoping by capturing my meals and snacks will help to inspire my food creativity. Today I indulged in a delicious lunch time salad.

Here is my berry almond mixed green salad topped with 1 tablesppon of crumbled blue cheese, chia seeds, and drizzled with balsamic vinegar. It was beyond amazing and filling.

I would love to hear your thoughts or share your favorite recipe for my next food sharing post :)



Member Comments About This Blog Post:
SKMINNY 2/2/2014 7:45AM

    Nice! would have time to make me one? emoticon

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STEVENK87 1/31/2014 12:45PM

    I second that your salad looks delicious and I might a salad for lunch

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LEMONHEAD24 1/30/2014 5:44PM

    Ha, I love this idea! My fiance makes fun of me for measuring and adding everything up once in a while because it takes so long sometimes. Hey, I'm getting better at math while I'm at it! ;)

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SMILEYGRL28 1/29/2014 8:08PM

    looks very yummy, You're the 2nd person I've seen on spark to keep a visual food diary of everything eaten during a day. I might just have to do this to for a jumpstart- I've been on a plateau for several months now. Thank you for sharing.

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CAROL494 1/29/2014 6:30PM

  Beautiful presentation!

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DAILYCHOICES 1/29/2014 6:26PM

    Your salad looks and sounds delicious! Yum!

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